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Gonçalo da Cunha Ferreira, CBA-associated Lawyer in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with expertise in Mergers and Acquisitions

 

Gonçalo da Cunha Ferreira - Law Degree from the Portuguese Moderna University, Thames Valley University (London, academic year 1997/98), Course of Arbitration and Conciliation – ASIPI – Punta del Este, Uruguay (2005), Course on Mediation and Arbitration – ASIPI/INTA – São Paulo, Brazil (2006), Course on Mediation – ASIPI – Cartagena de las Indias, Colombia (2007), WIPO Advanced Workshop for Mediators on Intellectual Property Disputes – Geneva, Switzerland (2008) Course on Strategic Management Applied to Small and Medium Companies (INDEG/ISCTE).

Gonçalo is a Member of the Portuguese Bar Association, furtnermore of ASIPI – Interamerican Association of Intellectual Property (Member of the Arbitration and Conciliation Committee); ACPI – Portuguese Association of Intellectual Property Consultants; AIPPI – Portuguese Group of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property; Founding member and member of the Board of Directors of ADPM – Association for the Defense of Product Brands; Spanish Arbitration Club ECTA – European Communities Trade Mark Association; FICPI – International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys; INTA – International Trademark Association; PTMG – Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group.

Gonçalo da Cunha Ferreira joined CBA as Legal Adviser in February 2015.

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